The film has an unusual narrative structure that reflects the impossibility of obtaining the truth about an event when there are conflicting witness accounts. In English and other languages, 'Rashomon' has become a byword for any situation in which the truth of an event is difficult to verify due to the conflicting accounts of different witnesses.More information about this show available at: Denver Open Media ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Educational
AIR DATE : 11-17-68 REC DATE : 11-14-68 TITLE : The Anatomy of Violence - Part 7 - Violence Vendors Robert W. Ballard, M.D. Research Consultant Austin M. Wortley, Jr. President, Penguin Industries, Inc. Reverend Clarence L. Cave United Presbyterian Church Michelle Osborn Journalist LeVerne McCummings Alliance of Black Workers William Biggin Editor, Temple Free Press Charlotte Meacham American Friends Service Committee DIRECTOR : Don Matticks 'Input' was a Philadelphia panel discussion program... Topics: Marion Stokes, civil rights, religion, Philadelphia, Robert W. Ballard M.D., Austin M. Wortley Jr.,... Source: Zenith L-500 Beta cassette%tape>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
A Bridge to Better Mental Health explores topics that reduce stigma and increase public awareness on topics related to mental health. Host Lorrie Martiska welcomes Donna Bradley, Kim Jeznach, and Stefanie Johnston. Today's topic of discussion is a Career in Human Services. Topics: WCCA, Worcester, Massachusetts, PEG, tv, talk, A Bridge to Better Mental Health, 2014, Worcester,...
Peak Moment 13: Rick Hartmann covers the data about global oil production and consumption, while Michael Thompson envisions a healthier, better world on the other side of the peak. Topics: PeakMoment, California, Nevada City, Youtube, 2007
Narrated by Susan Saradon, this is a sobering documentary sighting murder and atrocities committed during the El Salvador war, and the connection of those who committed those atrocities with the School of Americas located at Fort Benning, Georgia.More information about this show available at: Denver Open Media Topic: Documentary
. The Tea Party movement has taken American politics by storm. But is this truly a populist uprising or one of the greatest feats of propaganda ever seen? Seeking to find out, Australian filmmaker Taki Oldham embeds himself in the Tea Party uprising. From men sporting tri-corner hats in Louisville Kentucky (the movement takes name from a key event in the American revolution) to 100,000 placard waving patriots in Washington D.C. ‘taking our country back’ from Obama’s ‘communist’... Topic: Documentary
Vivica Liqueur examines the horror of the New Delhi Gang Rape and what it means for women's rights Topics: Public Access, Violence, Crime, Inequality, Culture, Entertainment, David Bruce, Vivica Liqueur,...
An expat Celtic progressive metal/goth band incorporates sexual acts and Pagan rituals into their performances Topics: Public Access, Women, Feminism, Music, Entertainment, Adult, Performing Arts, The Dark Goddess,...
byAmerican Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief
"Ravished Armenia" (sometimes called "Auction of Souls") is based on the amazing narrative account of young Aurora Mardiganian that was produced for the American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief in 1919, through which runs the thrilling story of the Armenian girl who survived the great massacre. This newly restored 24 minute segment of Ravished Armenia was produced by the Armenian Genocide Resource Center of Northern California for the April 28, 2009 screening at the... Topics: Armenian genocide, mature audiences
This episode of Extremely Cool Stuff is the movie "Cat Women of the Moon." Very cool stuff, this movie. More information about this show available at: Seattle Community Media ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Community
Before there was Dancing with the Stars, WCCA produced Shall We Dance, Instructional Dance Ballroom featuring Steve Montuori and Michelle Nietsche of Poise Style and Motion Dance Studio. This episode teaches you to dance the "Tango". Topics: WCCA, Worcester, Massachusetts, PEG, tv, dance, instructional, Shall We Dance, 2000
Topic: Amherst College Innovative Education Summit Guests: Robert Siudzinski Amherst College Director Careers in Education Professions Megan Briggs Lyster Amherst College CCEDirector of Innovation Programs Dennis Quinn Reader to Reader Director of Mentoring Programs Topics: voices from our schools, kimberly stender, robert siudzinski, megan briggs lyster, dennis quinn,...
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NBC hour-long special, which was broadcast on November 13, 1965. Guests include Bob Hope, Elke Sommer, Walt Disney, and the Beach Boys. Cast: Jack Benny Bob Hope Elke Sommer Walt Disney Brian Wilson Beach Boys Dennis Wilson Beach Boys Carl Wilson Beach Boys Al Jardine Beach Boys Mike Love Beach Boys John Ireland Naomi Stevens Writers: George Balzer Hal Goldman Al Gordon Sam Perrin Topic: The Jack Benny Hour
“Our fathers’ Revolution” documentary series includes 11 short films. COM student-directors from the City University of Hong Kong went back to their hometown (ten different places in Mainland China) and interviewed their grandparents or folks who experienced the history during the Cultural Revolution. Topics: our fathers revolution, city university of hong kong, history, china, amherst media